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[texts]Differential Effects of High-Carbohydrate and High-Fat Diet Composition on Metabolic Control and Insulin Resistance in Normal Rats. (Volume 9) - Ble-Castillo, Jorge L.
This article is from International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, volume 9.AbstractThe macronutrient component of diets is critical for metabolic control and insulin action. The aim of this study was to compare the effects of high fat diets (HFDs) vs. high carbohydrate diets (HCDs) on metabolic control and insulin resistance in Wistar rats. Thirty animals divided into five groups (n = 6) were fed: (1) Control diet (CD); (2) High-saturated fat diet (HSFD); (3) High-unsaturat...
[texts]Effective Classification and Gene Expression Profiling for the Facioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy. (Volume 8) - Gonzalez-Navarro, Felix F.
This article is from PLoS ONE, volume 8.AbstractThe Facioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy (FSHD) is an autosomal dominant neuromuscular disorder whose incidence is estimated in about one in 400,000 to one in 20,000. No effective therapeutic strategies are known to halt progression or reverse muscle weakness and atrophy. It is known that the FSHD is caused by modifications located within a D4ZA repeat array in the chromosome 4q, while recent advances have linked these modifications to the DUX4 g...
[texts]Delirium in acute promyelocytic leukemia patients: two case reports. (Volume 6) - Rigolin, Gian Matteo
This article is from BMC Research Notes, volume 6.AbstractBackground: Delirium is a frequently misdiagnosed and inadequately treated neuropsychiatric complication most commonly observed in terminally ill cancer patients. To our knowledge this is the first report describing delirium in two patients aged less than 60 years and enrolled in an intensive chemotherapeutic protocol for acute promyelocytic leukemia...
[texts]Three Ways in Which Midline Regions Contribute to Self-Evaluation. (Volume 7) - Flagan, Taru
This article is from Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, volume 7.AbstractAn integration of existing research and newly conducted psychophysiological interaction (PPI) connectivity analyses suggest a new framework for understanding the contribution of midline regions to social cognition. Recent meta-analyses suggest that there are no midline regions that are exclusively associated with self-processing...
[texts]Astragalus injection protects cerebral ischemic injury by inhibiting neuronal apoptosis and the expression of JNK3 after cerebral ischemia reperfusion in rats. (Volume 9) - Liu, Guangyi
This article is from Behavioral and Brain Functions : BBF, volume 9.AbstractBackground: Astragalus is a widely used traditional Chinese medicine and has been proven beneficial for many aspects of human health. It is important to explore the neuroprotective effect and mechanism of astragalus injection in cerebral ischemia reperfusion injury. Methods: The focal cerebral ischemic model with middle cerebral artery occlusion (MCAO) reperfusion was established by Longa’s method in healthy adult male...
[texts]The Polyvinyl Alcohol Sponge Model Implantation. - Deskins, Desirae L.
This article is from Journal of Visualized Experiments : JoVE.AbstractWound healing is a complicated, multistep process involving many cell types, growth factors and compounds1-3. Because of this complexity, wound healing studies are most comprehensive when carried out in vivo. There are many in vivo models available to study acute wound healing, including incisional, excisional, dead space, and burns...
[texts]The Contentious History of Sirtuin Debates. (Volume 3) - Naiman, Shoshana
This article is from Rambam Maimonides Medical Journal, volume 3.AbstractThe sirtuins are highly conserved enzyme homologues of the yeast Sir2, with activities of NAD+ dependent deacetylase and/or mono ADP ribosyltransferase. A long line of evidence has implicated sirtuins in regulating the aging process of yeast, worms, flies, and rodents. Moreover, much work has been published on the important role of sirtuins in several age-related diseases such as diabetes type II, cancer, cardiovascular dis...
[texts]Krill-Derived Phosphatidylserine Improves TMT-Induced Memory Impairment in the Rat. (Volume 20) - Shim, Hyun Soo
This article is from Biomolecules & Therapeutics, volume 20.AbstractThe present study examined the effects of krill-derived phosphatidylserine (Krill-PS) on the learning and memory function and the neural activity in rats with trimethyltin (TMT)-induced memory deficits. The rats were administered vehicle (medium-chain triglyceride: MCT) or Krill-PS (50, 100 mg/kg, p.o.) daily for 21 days. The cognitive improving efficacy of Krill-PS in TMT-induced amnesic rats was investigated by assessing the M...
[texts]Two-Stage System Based on a Software-Defined Radio for Stabilizing of Optical Frequency Combs in Long-Term Experiments. (Volume 14) - Cizek, Martin
This article is from Sensors (Basel, Switzerland), volume 14.AbstractA passive optical resonator is a special sensor used for measurement of lengths on the nanometer and sub-nanometer scale. Astabilized optical frequency comb can provide an ultimate reference for measuring the wavelength of a tunable laser locked to the optical resonator. If we lock the repetition and offset frequencies of the comb to a high-grade radiofrequency (RF) oscillator its relative frequency stability is transferred fro...
[texts]Does the 'Scottish effect' apply to all ethnic groups? All-cancer, lung, colorectal, breast and prostate cancer in the Scottish Health and Ethnicity Linkage Cohort Study. (Volume 2) - Bhopal, Raj S
This article is from BMJ Open, volume 2.AbstractBackground and objectives: Although ethnic group variations in cancer exist, no multiethnic, population-based, longitudinal studies are available in Europe. Our objectives were to examine ethnic variation in all-cancer, and lung, colorectal, breast and prostate cancers. Design, setting, population, measures and analysis: This retrospective cohort study of 4.65 million people linked the 2001 Scottish Census (providing ethnic group) to cancer databas...
[texts]A pairwise maximum entropy model accurately describes resting-state human brain networks. (Volume 4) - Watanabe, Takamitsu
This article is from Nature Communications, volume 4.AbstractThe resting-state human brain networks underlie fundamental cognitive functions and consist of complex interactions among brain regions. However, the level of complexity of the resting-state networks has not been quantified, which has prevented comprehensive descriptions of the brain activity as an integrative system. Here, we address this issue by demonstrating that a pairwise maximum entropy model, which takes into account region-spe...
[texts]Fit in 50 years: participation in high school sports best predicts one's physical activity after Age 70. (Volume 13) - Dohle, Simone
This article is from BMC Public Health, volume 13.AbstractBackground: The health benefits of physical activity are widely established, including decreased risk for disease and improved mental well-being. Yet many children, adolescents, and adults do not meet the minimum recommendations specified in current public health guidelines and physical activity is known to decrease during the life course. The aim of this study was to identify background or personality characteristics that predict whether...
[texts]Challenges in delivery of skilled maternal care - experiences of community midwives in Pakistan. (Volume 14) - Sarfraz, Mariyam
This article is from BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, volume 14.AbstractBackground: Maternal mortality ratio in Pakistan remains high at 276 per 100000 live births (175 in the urban areas and 319 in rural) with a mother dying as a result of giving birth every 20 minutes. Despite the intervening years since the Safe Motherhood Initiative launch and the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), there have been few improvements in MDGs 4 and 5 in Pakistan...
[texts]Synthetic or Food-Derived Vitamin C--Are They Equally Bioavailable? (Volume 5) - Carr, Anitra C.
This article is from Nutrients, volume 5.AbstractVitamin C (ascorbate) is an essential water-soluble micronutrient in humans and is obtained through the diet, primarily from fruits and vegetables. In vivo, vitamin C acts as a cofactor for numerous biosynthetic enzymes required for the synthesis of amino acid-derived macromolecules, neurotransmitters, and neuropeptide hormones, and is also a cofactor for various hydroxylases involved in the regulation of gene transcription and epigenetics...
[texts]Magnetoreception in laboratory mice: sensitivity to extremely low-frequency fields exceeds 33 nT at 30 Hz. (Volume 10) - Prato, Frank S.
This article is from Journal of the Royal Society Interface, volume 10.AbstractMagnetoreception in the animal kingdom has focused primarily on behavioural responses to the static geomagnetic field and the slow changes in its magnitude and direction as animals navigate/migrate. There has been relatively little attention given to the possibility that weak extremely low-frequency magnetic fields (wELFMF) may affect animal behaviour...
[texts]Appraisal Tools for Clinical Practice Guidelines: A Systematic Review. (Volume 8) - Siering, Ulrich
This article is from PLoS ONE, volume 8.AbstractIntroduction: Clinical practice guidelines can improve healthcare processes and patient outcomes, but are often of low quality. Guideline appraisal tools aim to help potential guideline users in assessing guideline quality. We conducted a systematic review of publications describing guideline appraisal tools in order to identify and compare existing tools...
[texts]A modular assembly cloning technique (aided by the BIOF software tool) for seamless and error-free assembly of long DNA fragments. (Volume 5) - Orlova, Nadezhda A
This article is from BMC Research Notes, volume 5.AbstractBackground: Molecular cloning of DNA fragments >5 kbp is still a complex task. When no genomic DNA library is available for the species of interest, and direct PCR amplification of the desired DNA fragment is unsuccessful or results in an incorrect sequence, molecular cloning of a PCR-amplified region of the target sequence and assembly of the cloned parts by restriction and ligation is an option...
[texts]An integer optimization algorithm for robust identification of non-linear gene regulatory networks. (Volume 6) - Chemmangattuvalappil, Nishanth
This article is from BMC Systems Biology, volume 6.AbstractBackground: Reverse engineering gene networks and identifying regulatory interactions are integral to understanding cellular decision making processes. Advancement in high throughput experimental techniques has initiated innovative data driven analysis of gene regulatory networks. However, inherent noise associated with biological systems requires numerous experimental replicates for reliable conclusions...
[texts]Disparities in fatal and non-fatal injuries between Irish travellers and the Irish general population are similar to those of other indigenous minorities: a cross-sectional population-based comparative study. (Volume 3) - Abdalla, Safa
This article is from BMJ Open, volume 3.AbstractObjectives: To assess recent disparities in fatal and non-fatal injury between travellers and the general population in Ireland. Design: A cross-sectional population-based comparative study. Setting: Republic of Ireland. Participants: Population census and retrospective mortality data were collected from 7042 traveller families, travellers being those identified by themselves and others as members of the traveller community...
[texts]Fish and amphibians as potential reservoirs of Mycobacterium ulcerans, the causative agent of Buruli ulcer disease. (Volume 3) - Willson, Sarah J.
This article is from Infection Ecology & Epidemiology, volume 3.AbstractBackground: Buruli ulcer is a skin disease often associated with proximity to certain water bodies in Africa. Much remains unknown about the reservoir and transmission of this disease. Previous studies have suggested that fish may concentrate Mycobacterium ulcerans, the etiological agent of the disease, in their gills and intestines and serve as passive reservoirs of the bacterium...
[texts]Cytotoxic Compounds from Brucea mollis. (Volume 81) - Tung, Mai Hung Thanh
This article is from Scientia Pharmaceutica, volume 81.AbstractTen compounds, including soulameanone (1), isobruceine B (2), 9-methoxy-canthin-6-one (3), bruceolline F (4), niloticine (5), octatriacontan-1-ol (6), bombiprenone (7), α-tocopherol (8), inosine (9), and apigenin 7-O-β-D-glucopyranoside (10), were isolated from the leaves, stems, and roots of Brucea mollis Wall. ex Kurz. Their structures were determined using one-and two-dimensional NMR spectroscopy and mass spectrometry...
[texts]Linking Climate to Incidence of Zoonotic Cutaneous Leishmaniasis (L.major) in Pre-Saharan North Africa. (Volume 10) - Bounoua, Lahouari
This article is from International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, volume 10.AbstractShifts in surface climate may have changed the dynamic of zoonotic cutaneous leishmaniasis (ZCL) in the pre-Saharan zones of North Africa. Caused by Leishmania major, this form multiplies in the body of rodents serving as reservoirs of the disease. The parasite is then transmitted to human hosts by the bite of a Phlebotomine sand fly (Diptera: Psychodidae) that was previously fed by biting a...
[texts]Comparative study of ultrasound-guided continuous femoral nerve blockade with continuous epidural analgesia for pain relief following total knee replacement. (Volume 56) - Shanthanna, Harsha
This article is from Indian Journal of Anaesthesia, volume 56.AbstractBackground:: Regional analgesia is widely used for total knee replacement surgeries (TKR) as it has lesser side-effects and better analgesic efficacy when compared with traditional oral analgesics. Peripheral nerve blockade has also been utilized, including continuous infusion techniques. With the use of ultrasound, the needle and catheter placement can be done accurately under real-time guidance...
[texts]Preclinical students' experiences in early clerkships after skills training partly offered in primary health care centers: a qualitative study from Indonesia. (Volume 12) - Widyandana, Doni
This article is from BMC Medical Education, volume 12.AbstractBackground: Students may encounter difficulties when they have to apply clinical skills trained in their pre-clinical studies in clerkships. Early clinical exposure in the pre-clinical phase has been recommended to reduce these transition problems. The aim of this study is to explore differences in students' experiences during the first clerkships between students exclusively trained in a skills laboratory and peers for whom part of t...
[texts]Prognostic risk factors for early diagnosing of Preeclampsia in Nulliparas. (Volume 54) - Ghojazadeh, Morteza
This article is from Nigerian Medical Journal : Journal of the Nigeria Medical Association, volume 54.AbstractBackground:: Preeclampsia is of major complications of pregnancy that is associated with maternal morbidity and mortality. Therefore, prediction and early diagnosis of preeclampsia would be helpful for better controlling of related complications. Our study aimed to investigate risk factors helping to predict and early diagnose of preeclampsia...
[texts]Epidemiological characteristics of acute disseminated encephalomyelitis in Nanchang, China: a retrospective study. (Volume 14) - Xiong, Chang-hui
This article is from BMC Public Health, volume 14.AbstractBackground: Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM) is an autoimmune disease that typically follows a monophasic course and may affect any age group. The precise population-based incidence of ADEM is still unknown in most countries. In China, there is no ADEM surveillance system. The exact incidence of ADEM is difficult to estimate, and other epidemiological characteristics of ADEM are unknown...
[texts]Aspergillus sect. Aeni sect. nov., a new section of the genus for A.karnatakaensis sp. nov. and some allied fungi. (Volume 1) - Varga, Janos
This article is from IMA Fungus : The Global Mycological Journal, volume 1.AbstractThe new species Aspergilluskarnatakaensis sp. nov. is described and illustrated. All three isolates of this species were isolated from Indian soil; two from soil under a coconut palm in a coffee plantation in Karnataka, and one from soil in the Machrar river bed in Bansa district. This species is closely related to, but clearly distinct, from A...
[texts]Early maximum extent of paleoglaciers from Mediterranean mountains during the last glaciation. (Volume 3) - Dominguez-Villar, D.
This article is from Scientific Reports, volume 3.AbstractMountain glaciers respond directly to changes in precipitation and temperature, thus their margin extent is a high-sensitivity climate proxy. Here, we present a robust 10Be chronology for the glacier maximum areal extent of central Spain paleoglaciers dated at 26.1 ± 1.3 ka BP. These glaciers reached their maximum extent several thousand years earlier than those from central Europe due to the increased precipitation within a cold perio...
[texts]Reconsidering the nature and mode of action of metabolite retrograde signals from the chloroplast. (Volume 3) - Estavillo, Gonzalo M.
This article is from Frontiers in Plant Science, volume 3.AbstractPlant organelles produce retrograde signals to alter nuclear gene expression in order to coordinate their biogenesis, maintain homeostasis, or optimize their performance under adverse conditions. Many signals of different chemical nature have been described in the past decades, including chlorophyll intermediates, reactive oxygen species (ROS), and adenosine derivatives...
[texts]A New Disability Rating Method according to the Job Using the Korean Academy of Medical Science Disability Guideline. (Volume 27) - Won, Jong-Uk
This article is from Journal of Korean Medical Science, volume 27.AbstractThe purpose of this study was to develop a disability rating scale according to job classification using the Korean Academy of Medical Society (KAMS) guidelines. All jobs were categorized based on their level of physical activity and professional skills. The KAMS guidelines were used for the impairment rating. We modified the California Schedule for rating permanent disabilities...
[texts]Characterizing the spatial and temporal variation of malaria incidence in Bangladesh, 2007. (Volume 11) - Reid, Heidi L
This article is from Malaria Journal, volume 11.AbstractBackground: Malaria remains a significant health problem in Bangladesh affecting 13 of 64 districts. The risk of malaria is variable across the endemic areas and throughout the year. A better understanding of the spatial and temporal patterns in malaria risk and the determinants driving the variation are crucial for the appropriate targeting of interventions under the National Malaria Control and Prevention Programme...
[texts]Intercoronary Communication between the Circumflex and Right Coronary Arteries Coexisted with Coronary Vasospasm. (Volume 43) - Kim, Soo Hyun
This article is from Korean Circulation Journal, volume 43.AbstractIntercoronary arterial connection between normal coronary arteries is a rare variant of coronary anatomy in which there is open-ended circulation. It is distinguished from collaterals seen in the occlusive coronary artery disease. We report a case of bidirectional intercoronary communication between the left circumflex artery and the right coronary artery without occlusive coronary artery disease, but with left anterior descendin...
[texts]Modeling of an Optical Sensor Based on Whispering Gallery Modes (WGMs) on the Surface Guiding Layer of Glass Filaments. (Volume 8) - Tan, Wei
This article is from Sensors (Basel, Switzerland), volume 8.AbstractA ring-resonator-based refractive index sensor is proposed in this paper. Glass filaments with surface guiding layers created by ion exchange are crossed with a fiber taper to act as a ring resonator sensor. Theoretical simulation of the sensor response is proposed, and optimization of structural parameters including thickness and refractive index of the surface guiding layer and the diameter of the ring resonator for higher sen...
[texts]Decisive Data Sets in Phylogenomics: Lessons from Studies on the Phylogenetic Relationships of Primarily Wingless Insects. (Volume 31) - Dell'Ampio, Emiliano
This article is from Molecular Biology and Evolution, volume 31.AbstractPhylogenetic relationships of the primarily wingless insects are still considered unresolved. Even the most comprehensive phylogenomic studies that addressed this question did not yield congruent results. To get a grip on these problems, we here analyzed the sources of incongruence in these phylogenomic studies by using an extended transcriptome data set...
[texts]Porcine CD8?dim/-NKp46high NK cells are in a highly activated state. (Volume 44) - Mair, Kerstin H
This article is from Veterinary Research, volume 44.AbstractNatural Killer (NK) cells play a crucial role in the early phase of immune responses against various pathogens. In swine so far only little information about this lymphocyte population exists. Phenotypical analyses with newly developed monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) against porcine NKp46 recently revealed that in blood NKp46- and NKp46+ cells with NK phenotype exist with comparable cytotoxic properties...
[texts]Salivary pH as a marker of plasma adiponectin concentrations in Women. (Volume 4) - Tremblay, Monique
This article is from Diabetology & Metabolic Syndrome, volume 4.AbstractBackground: Plasma adiponectin is a significant correlate of the pro-inflammatory cardiometabolic risk profile associated with obesity and type 2 diabetes. Salivary pH is influenced by several cardiometabolic risk components such as inflammation, oxidation and numerous oral and systemic health modulators, including the menopausal status...
[texts]Combined aberrant expression of E-cadherin and S100A4, but not ?-catenin is associated with disease-free survival and overall survival in colorectal cancer patients. (Volume 8) - Lee, Sang-Jeon
This article is from Diagnostic Pathology, volume 8.AbstractBackground/Aims: Epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition (EMT) in cancers is related to metastasis, recurrence, and poor prognosis. We evaluated whether EMT-related proteins can act as prognostic biomarkers in colorectal cancer (CRC) patients. Methods: We evaluated the expression of E-cadherin, β-catenin, and S100A4 by immunohistochemistry (IHC) in 333 CRC tissues from the tumor center and invasive margin...
[texts]N-ras Mutation Detection by Pyrosequencing in Adult Patients with Acute Myeloid Leukemia at a Single Institution. (Volume 33) - Jeong, Ji Hun
This article is from Annals of Laboratory Medicine, volume 33.AbstractBackground: N-ras mutations are one of the most commonly detected abnormalities of myeloid origin. N-ras mutations result in a constitutively active N-ras protein that induces uncontrolled cell proliferation and inhibits apoptosis. We analyzed N-ras mutations in adult patients with AML at a particular institution and compared pyrosequencing analysis with a direct sequencing method for the detection of N-ras mutations...
[texts]Case Series: Long segment extra-arachnoid fluid collections: Role of dynamic CT myelography in diagnosis and treatment planning. (Volume 22) - Ellika, Shehanaz
This article is from The Indian Journal of Radiology & Imaging, volume 22.AbstractWe report five patients in whom spinal MRI revealed extra-arachnoid fluid collections. These spinal fluid collections most likely resulted from accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) from a dural leak. The patients presented with either compressive myelopathy due to the cyst or superficial siderosis (SS). All of these fluid collections were long segment, and MRI demonstrated the fluid collections but not the exa...
[texts]Effect of Casing Layer on Growth Promotion of the Edible Mushroom Pleurotus ostreatus. (Volume 36) - Cho, Young Sub
This article is from Mycobiology, volume 36.AbstractVarious bacteria were isolated from the casing layer soil of the culture bed of P. ostreatus and their role in fruiting body induction of the edible mushroom, P. ostreatus, was investigated. Analysis of the bacterial community isolated from the casing layer soil revealed that the composition of genera and number of cultivable bacteria were different for each sterilizing treatment...
[texts]READSCAN: a fast and scalable pathogen discovery program with accurate genome relative abundance estimation. (Volume 29) - Naeem, Raeece
This article is from Bioinformatics, volume 29.AbstractSummary: READSCAN is a highly scalable parallel program to identify non-host sequences (of potential pathogen origin) and estimate their genome relative abundance in high-throughput sequence datasets. READSCAN accurately classified human and viral sequences on a 20.1 million reads simulated dataset in
[texts]Primary cutaneous large B-cell lymphoma, leg type: Report of two cases and review of literature. (Volume 33) - Mondal, Santosh Kumar
This article is from Indian Journal of Medical and Paediatric Oncology : Official Journal of Indian Society of Medical & Paediatric Oncology, volume 33.AbstractPrimary cutaneous large B-cell lymphoma, leg type (PCLBCL-LT), is very rare neoplasm presenting on and confined to leg(s). PCLBCL-LT is distinguished from other type of primary cutaneous B-cell lymphoma (PCBCL) by its frequent relapses and poorer prognosis...
[texts]Removal of aberrant azygos lobe containing positron emission tomography positive nodule with the use of video-assisted thoracic surgery☆. (Volume 5) - Shakir, Huzaifa A.
This article is from International Journal of Surgery Case Reports, volume 5.AbstractINTRODUCTION: The Azygos lobe is a well-known but rare variant of the lung. This case reports the use of video-assisted thoracic surgery to diagnose and treat presumptive lung cancer of the azygos lobe. PRESENTATION OF CASE: A 67-year old female with known severe Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease presented with increasing shortness of breath...
[texts]The role of developing breast cancer in alteration of serum lipid profile. (Volume 17) - Abdelsalam, Kamal Eldin A.
This article is from Journal of Research in Medical Sciences : The Official Journal of Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, volume 17.AbstractAims:: The major aim of this study is to examine the role of alterations in lipid profile in women developing breast cancer. This study was carried out between May 2009 and December 2010. Background:: The relationship between lipids and breast cancer is undistinguished...
[texts]Primary Intestinal Lymphangiectasia: Is It Always Bad? Two Cases with Different Outcome. (Volume 7) - Xinias, Ioannis
This article is from Case Reports in Gastroenterology, volume 7.AbstractPrimary intestinal lymphangiectasia (PIL) or Waldmann's disease is a rare protein-losing gastroenteropathy of unknown etiology. Less than 200 cases have been reported globally. Patients may be asymptomatic or present edema, lymphedema, diarrhea, ascites and other manifestations. We report two pediatric cases with PIL with extremely different outcome in a 3-year follow-up period...
[texts]Trends in Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Disease Among Iranian Adolescents: The Tehran Lipid and Glucose Study, 1999-2008. (Volume 21) - Hosseini-Esfahani, Firoozeh
This article is from Journal of Epidemiology, volume 21.AbstractObjectives: Data on secular trends in adolescent obesity and dyslipidemia are limited. Data on obesity status collected during 3 surveys were used to evaluate these trends in obesity and dyslipidemia among Tehranian adolescents and to assess the likelihood of risk factors for cardiovascular disease. Methods: We analyzed data for adolescents (age 10 to 19 years) from 3 cross-sectional surveys of the Tehran Lipid and Glucose Study: 19...
[texts]Human and Mouse CD137 Have Predominantly Different Binding CRDs to Their Respective Ligands. (Volume 9) - Yi, Ling
This article is from PLoS ONE, volume 9.AbstractMonoclonal antibodies (mAbs) to CD137 (a.k.a. 4-1BB) have anti-tumor efficacy in several animal models and have entered clinical trials in patients with advanced cancer. Importantly, anti-CD137 mAbs can also ameliorate autoimmunity in preclinical models. As an approach to better understand the action of agonistic and antagonistic anti-CD137 mAbs we have mapped the binding region of the CD137 ligand (CD137L) to human and mouse CD137...
[texts]Developmental lineage priming in Dictyostelium by heterogeneous Ras activation. (Volume 2) - Chattwood, Alex
This article is from eLife, volume 2.AbstractIn cell culture, genetically identical cells often exhibit heterogeneous behavior, with only ‘lineage primed’ cells responding to differentiation inducing signals. It has recently been proposed that such heterogeneity exists during normal embryonic development to allow position independent patterning based on ‘salt and pepper’ differentiation and sorting out...
[texts]Secondary Metabolites from the Roots of Beilschmiedia tsangii and Their Anti-Inflammatory Activities. (Volume 13) - Huang, Yun-Ting
This article is from International Journal of Molecular Sciences, volume 13.AbstractFour new endiandric acid analogues, tsangibeilin C (1), tsangibeilin D (2), tricyclotsangibeilin (3) and endiandric acid M (4), one new lignan, beilschminol B (5) and two new sesquiterpenes, (+)-5-hydroxybarbatenal (6) and (4R,5R)-4,5-dihydroxycaryophyll-8(13)-ene (7), together with four known compounds (8–11), were isolated from the roots of Beilschmiedia tsangii (Lauraceae)...
[texts]Concurrent Bladder Lymphoma and Bladder Cancer Presenting as Metastatic Bladder Cancer. (Volume 30) - Kim, Jae Heon
This article is from The World Journal of Men's Health, volume 30.AbstractMalignant lymphoma of the bladder is a rare lesion, representing approximately 0.2% of the primary lesions and approximately 1.8% of the secondary lesions. A disseminated lymphoma presenting as a bladder mass is an infrequent phenomenon. The authors report the case of a 71-year-old patient with concurrent bladder lymphoma and bladder cancer presenting as metastatic bladder cancer...
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